Help the Seattle Center celebrate its 50th birthday, enjoy organic produce and gardening at the Urban Farm Festival, pick apples and squeeze your own cider, and learn more about Japanese Culture! There are some great free activities for you and your kids in Puget Sound this weekend!
Former NFL players Warren Moon and Nesby Glasgow are on a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers and hea
The Northwest has bountiful supplies of apples in the fall, along with lots of other fruits and vegetables. Plus, we know our coffee, tea and chocolate. Come celebrate the best of the Northwest at one of these food festivals.
It’s on its way – the Puyallup Fair! From September 7 – 23, the fair will have rides, food, entertainment, and fun for all ages! C’mon, “Get Your Happy On” and Do the Puyallup!
World Vision’s Step into Africa is a unique 2,000sq. ft. FREE interactive exhibit that allows Americans to step into the lives of actual children affected by HIV and AIDS in the hardest-hit region of the world: Sub-Saharan Africa.
In conjunction with the Seattle Opera, the Seattle Public Theater Youth Program is proud to present six FREE performances of Stephen Sondheim’s grizzly, modern musical classic Sweeney Todd.
In its seventh year, fall’s fashion trends from The Bellevue Collection are set to hit the Northwest once again September 26 – 30. This fashionable experience goes day-to-night with runway shows, chic parties, special appearances, stylish in-store events, happy hours and irresistible shopping.
There’s no end of fun and entertainment around Seattle this weekend. Pack up the kids, sunscreen and snacks and head out to Viking Days, a Renaissance Faire, Community Festivals, Railroad Days, the NW Sand Festival and more!
Memphis, the Tony Award winning musical, is headed to the 5th Avenue September 18 – October 7. And on Monday, August 27, you have a chance to get a FREE, sneak peek at the music and actors in this rock-n-roll love story from the 1950s.
Seattle Hempfest started out in 1991 as a humble little gathering and has grown into one of the most sophisticated cannabis policy reform events in the world. This year, the 3-day festival will be open to the public on Friday, August 17 through Sunday, August 19 at Seattle’s Myrtle Edwards Park.